Lecturer (Retired)Ed.D, 1992, Harvard University(413) email@example.comResearch Area(s): Clinical PsychologyCenter and Institute Affilitation: Center for Research on FamiliesTabsBiography Dr. Sayer is a developmental psychologist with an extensive background in both child and adolescent development and in quantitative methodology. She specializes in new statistical strategies for studying individual development over time. These include hierarchical linear models and structural equation models. Her current focus is on embedding measurement indicators in growth curve models using both multilevel and covariance structure analysis. She is also interested in models that capture the interdependencies in data obtained from couples and other dyads.